MANE, a pioneering French group and one of the worldwide leaders of the Fragrance industry, commissioned MEAN (Middle East Architecture Network) to design a temporary pop-up at Dubai's World Trade Center.
MEAN* (Middle East Architecture Network)
World Trade Center, Dubai, UAE
Alex Jeffries Photography Group
Wael Nasrallah, Amro Mansy
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper
Forged Steel Structure painted Bronze Hanging Fabric
‘موج — Mawj- 3D Printed Chair’ — Is a 3D Printed Armchair commissioned by a private client and designed by MEAN (Middle East Architecture Network). ‘موج — Mawj’ The Arabic word for ‘Wave, undulate, crisp or ripple’ is a name that reflects the concept behind the design. The undulating patterns of the Aquamarine green surface is reminiscent of the w...
Mawj 3D Printed Chair
Residential and hospitality
Designed for comfort, structural stability, and ergonomics
3D Printed lounge chair
Recycled PETG Polymer
646W x 897D x 969H mm
Aquamarine green, Color can be customized
Symmetrical and Organic
Envisioned by Middle East Architecture Network (MEAN) as a prototype for living in isolation away from urban density, House 00 is an attempt at rebooting the basic conditions of domesticity, serenity, and intimacy.
House 00 - Villa for Solitude
MEAN* Middle East Architecture Network
Jebel Jais, Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray, Twinmotion
Wael Nasrallah, Amro Mansy, Yasmeen Atoum
The Dubai-based architecture studio MEAN* (Middle East Architecture Network) designed a 3D printed pavilion for welcoming visitors into the desert of Wadi Rum, south of Jordan.
Project description by the architects:
A pavilion that celebrates the heritage of hospitality in the spirit of tomorr...